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  • Standards of care for the health of Transgender and Gender Diverse People, Version 8

    Coleman, E; Radix, AE; Bouman, WP; Brown, GR; de Vries, ALC; Deutsch, MB; Ettner, R; Fraser, L; Goodman, M; Green, J; Hancock, AB; Johnson, TW; Karasic, DH; Knudson, GA; Leibowitz, SF; Meyer-Bahlburg, HFL; Monstrey, SJ; Motmans, J; Nahata, L; Nieder, TO; Reisner, SL; Richards, C; Schechter, LS; Tangpricha, V; Tishelman, AC; Van Trotsenburg, MAA; Winter, S; Ducheny, K; Adams, NJ; Adrián, TM; Allen, LR; Azul, D; Bagga, H; Başar, K; Bathory, DS; Belinky, JJ; Berg, DR; Berli, JU; Bluebond-Langner, RO; Bouman, M-B; Bowers, ML; Brassard, PJ; Byrne, J; Capitán, L; Cargill, CJ; Carswell, JM; Chang, SC; Chelvakumar, G; Corneil, T; Dalke, KB; De Cuypere, G; de Vries, E; Den Heijer, M; Devor, AH; Dhejne, C; D’Marco, A; Edmiston, EK; Edwards-Leeper, L; Ehrbar, R; Ehrensaft, D; Eisfeld, J; Elaut, E; Erickson-Schroth, L; Feldman, JL; Fisher, AD; Garcia, MM; Gijs, L; Green, SE; Hall, BP; Hardy, TLD; Irwig, MS; Jacobs, LA; Janssen, AC; Johnson, K; Klink, DT; Kreukels, BPC; Kuper, LE; Kvach, EJ; Malouf, MA; Massey, R; Mazur, T; McLachlan, C; Morrison, SD; Mosser, SW; Neira, PM; Nygren, U; Oates, JM; Obedin-Maliver, J; Pagkalos, G; Patton, J; Phanuphak, N; Rachlin, K; Reed, T; Rider, GN; Ristori, J; Robbins-Cherry, S; Roberts, SA; Rodriguez-Wallberg, KA; Rosenthal, SM; Sabir, K; Safer, JD; Scheim, AI; Seal, LJ; Sehoole, TJ; Spencer, K; St. Amand, C; Steensma, TD; Strang, JF; Taylor, GB; Tilleman, K; T’Sjoen, GG; Vala, LN; Van Mello, NM; Veale, Jaimie; Vencill, JA; Vincent, B; Wesp, LM; West, MA; Arcelus, J (Informa UK Limited, 2022-08-19)
    Background: Transgender healthcare is a rapidly evolving interdisciplinary field. In the last decade, there has been an unprecedented increase in the number and visibility of transgender and gender diverse (TGD) people ...
  • COVID-19 Lockdown: A Global Study Investigating the Effect of Athletes’ Sport Classification and Sex on Training Practices

    Washif, J.A.; Sandbakk, Ø.; Seiler, S.; Haugen, T.; Farooq, A.; Quarrie, K.; Janse van Rensburg, D.C.; Krug, I.; Verhagen, E; Wong, DP; Mujika, I; Cortis, C; Haddad, M; Ahmadian, O; Al Jufaili, M; Al-Horani, RA; Al-Mohannadi, AS; Aloui, A; Ammar, A; Arifi, F; Aziz, AR; Batuev, M; Beaven, Christopher Martyn; Beneke, R; Bici, A; Bishnoi, P; Bogwasi, L; Bok, D; Boukhris, O; Boullosa, D; Bragazzi, N; Brito, J; Palacios Cartagena, RP; Chaouachi, A; Cheung, SS; Chtourou, H; Cosma, G; Debevec, T; DeLang, MD; Dellal, A; Dönmez, G; Driss, T; Peña Duque, JD; Eirale, C; Elloumi, M; Foster, C; Franchini, E; Fusco, A; Galy, O; Gastin, PB; Gill, N; Girard, O; Gregov, C; Halson, S; Hammouda, O; Hanzlíková, I; Hassanmirzaei, B; Hébert-Losier, Kim; Muñoz Helú, H; Herrera-Valenzuela, T; Hettinga, FJ; Holtzhausen, L; Hue, O; Dello Iacono, A; Ihalainen, JK; James, C; Joseph, S; Kamoun, K; Khaled, M; Khalladi, K; Kim, KJ; Kok, L-Y; MacMillan, L; Mataruna-Dos-Santos, LJ; Matsunaga, R; Memishi, S; Millet, GP; Moussa-Chamari, I; Musa, DI; Nguyen, HMT; Nikolaidis, PT; Owen, A; Padulo, J; Pagaduan, JC; Perera, NP; Pérez-Gómez, J; Pillay, L; Popa, A; Pudasaini, A; Rabbani, A; Rahayu, T; Romdhani, M; Salamh, P; Sarkar, A-S; Schillinger, A; Setyawati, H; Shrestha, N; Suraya, F; Tabben, M; Trabelsi, K; Urhausen, A; Valtonen, M; Weber, J; Whiteley, R; Zrane, A; Zerguini, Y; Zmijewski, P; Ben Saad, H; Pyne, DB; Taylor, L; Chamari, K (Human Kinetics, 2022-08-01)
    Purpose: To investigate differences in athletes’ knowledge, beliefs, and training practices during COVID-19 lockdowns with reference to sport classification and sex. This work extends an initial descriptive evaluation ...
  • Bubbles and lockdown in Aotearoa New Zealand: the language of self-isolation in #Covid19NZ tweets.

    Burnette, Jessie; Long, Maebh (2022-07-27)
    In March 2020, as cases of COVID-19 were found in Aotearoa New Zealand, the government moved to eliminate community transmission of the virus through self-isolation. During this month, as the population discussed if, when ...
  • Global tephra studies: role and importance of the international tephra research group "Commission on Tephrochronology" in its first 60 years

    Lowe, David J.; Abbott, Peter M.; Suzuki, Takehiko; Jensen, Britta J. L. (Copernicus Gesellscharf MBH, 2022-07-12)
    Tephrochronology is a correlational and age-equivalent dating method whereby practitioners characterize, map, and date tephra (or volcanic ash) layers and use them stratigraphically as connecting and dating tools in the ...
  • Incorporating New Zealand indigenous views into community resilience frameworks for the built environment

    Boston, Megan; Flintoft, E.; Abdul-Rassol, J.; Bertram, D. (2022-07-01)
    Community resilience lacks a standardized definition and methodology to quantify. Many governments and organizations have attempted to construct frameworks for improving community resilience, particularly as related to the ...
  • Marine siliceous ecosystem decline led to sustained anomalous Early Triassic warmth.

    Isson, Terry T.; Zhang, Shuang; Lau, Kimberly V.; Rauzi, Sofia; Tosca, Nicholas J.; Penman, Donald E.; Planavsky, Noah J. (2022-06-18)
    In the wake of rapid CO₂ release tied to the emplacement of the Siberian Traps, elevated temperatures were maintained for over five million years during the end-Permian biotic crisis. This protracted recovery defies our ...
  • Impact of prepartum administration of a vaccine against infectious calf diarrhea on nonspecific colostral immunoglobulin concentrations of dairy cows.

    Chambers, Gregory. P.; Kelton, William; Smolenski, Grant Alan; Cuttance, Emma (2022-06-09)
    Passive transfer of colostral immunoglobulins from the cow to the calf is essential for calf health. The objective of this study was to determine if prepartum administration of a vaccine stimulates increased concentrations ...
  • Global relationships in tree functional traits.

    Maynard, D.S.; Bialic-Murphy, L.; Zohner, C.M.; Averill, C.; van den Hoogen, J.; Ma, H.; Mo, L.; Smith, G.R.; Acosta, A.T.R.; Aubin, I.; Berenguer, E.; Boonman, C.C.F.; Catford, J.A.; Cerabolini, B.E.L.; Dias, A.S.; González-Melo, A.; Hietz, P.; Lusk, Christopher H.; Mori, A.S.; Niinemets, Ü.; Pillar, V.D.; Pinho, B.X.; Rosell, J.A.; Schurr, F.M.; Sheremetev, S.N.; da Silva, A.C.; Sosinski, Ê.; van Bodegom, P.M.; Weiher, E.; Bönisch, G.; Kattge, J.; Crowther, T.W. (2022-06-08)
    Due to massive energetic investments in woody support structures, trees are subject to unique physiological, mechanical, and ecological pressures not experienced by herbaceous plants. Despite a wealth of studies exploring ...
  • Barriers to possessing gender-concordant identity documents are associated with transgender and nonbinary people's mental health in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

    Tan, Kyle K.H.; Watson, Ryan J.; Byrne, Jack; Veale, Jaimie (2022-05-23)
    Purpose: This study sought to expand on previous scholarship focused on gender-concordant identity documents (IDs) as a social determinant of health. We examined the association between barriers to legal gender recognition ...
  • Ordered Ehresmann semigroups and categories

    Stokes, Tim E. (Taylor & Francis Inc, 2022-05-08)
    Ehresmann semigroups may be viewed as biunary semigroups equipped with domain and range operations satisfying some equational laws. Motivated by some of the main examples, we here define ordered Ehresmann semigroups, and ...
  • The economic impact of climate change on wheat and maize yields in the North China Plain.

    Song, Chunxiao; Huang, Xiao; Oxley, Les; Ma, Hengyun; Liu, Ruifeng (2022-05-07)
    Climate change has significantly affected agricultural production. As one of China's most important agricultural production regions, the North China Plain (NCP) is subject to climate change. This paper examines the influence ...
  • Left restriction monoids from left E-completions

    Stokes, Tim E. (Elsevier BV, 2022-05)
    Given a monoid S with E any non-empty subset of its idempotents, we present a novel one-sided version of idempotent completion we call left E-completion. In general, the construction yields a one-sided variant of a small ...
  • Ngā tohu o te taiao: Observing signs of the natural world to identify seastar over-abundance as a detriment to shellfish survival in Ōhiwa Harbour, Aotearoa New Zealand

    Paul-Burke, Kura; Ngarimu-Cameron, Rokahurihia; Paul, Waka; Burke, Joe; Cameron, Kerry; O'Brien, Tuwhakairiora; Bluett, Charlie (Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand, 2022-03-28)
    Māori understandings and experiences of the natural world encompass not only what is known but how it is known, and the intergenerational connectedness of that knowledge with the environments from which it is derived. Ngā ...
  • Vision based system for detecting and counting mobility aids in surveillance videos

    Mukhtar, Amir (The University of Waikato, 2022)
    Automatic surveillance video analysis is popular among computer vision researchers due to its wide range of applications that require automated systems. Automated systems are to replace manual analysis of videos which is ...
  • An investigation of low diastase activity in mānuka honey

    Bell, Amber (The University of Waikato, 2022)
    Mānuka honey with high non-peroxide antibacterial (NPA) activity is a valuable export product in the multi-million-dollar New Zealand honey export industry, with monofloral mānuka honey accounting for 68% (NZ$290 million) ...
  • Children’s negotiation of meanings about geometric shapes and their properties in a New Zealand multilingual primary classroom

    Sharma , Shweta (The University of Waikato, 2022)
    New Zealand is a nation of superdiversity in terms of ethnicities and languages spoken. This superdiversity is reflected in New Zealand multilingual classrooms. In the New Zealand primary school mathematics curriculum, the ...
  • Domain-specific language models for multi-label classification of medical text

    Yogarajan, Vithya (The University of Waikato, 2022)
    Recent advancements in machine learning-based medical text multi-label classifications can be used to enhance the understanding of the human body and aid the need for patient care. This research considers predicting medical ...
  • Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting: Towards a framework for Pakistan

    Taimur, Muhammad (The University of Waikato, 2022)
    Corporations disseminate Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting (CSRR) to discharge accountability and transparency to their stakeholders and achieve corporate legitimacy in society. Originating from the developed ...
  • Hegemony, marginalisation, and hierarchies: Masculinities in contemporary Pakistani anglophone fiction

    Ali, Sara (The University of Waikato, 2022)
    By being empowered as subjects, authors of Pakistani anglophone fiction present a more nuanced, layered, and complex picture of Pakistan than the Western hegemonic discursive construction of the country as a hub of terror. ...
  • Livestock traceability in New Zealand: Using blockchain to address current challenges in the industry

    Deenamulle Kankanamge, Deepika Priyadarshani (The University of Waikato, 2022)
    The existing livestock traceability system in New Zealand hardly achieves the general goals of a traceability system such as managing disease outbreaks and tracking animal-based products from farm to fork. Further, users ...